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  • BankUnited CEO on wages

    Discussing JPMorgan's wage hike and the current state of wages for financial institutions with John Kanas, BankUnited Chairman & CEO.

  • Why Jamie Dimon is giving JPMorgan workers a raise

    JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says the bank will increase pay for 18-thousand lower-tier employees.

  • Jamie Dimon, chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase

    JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is giving 18,000 of its employees a pay raise.

  • BRASILIA, July 7- The Brazilian government will revise the eligibility of public employees receiving long-term benefits for the disabled in an attempt to trim next year's fiscal deficit, the president's chief of staff Eliseu Padilha said on Thursday. The government is due to announce its 2017 primary budget deficit target later on Thursday.

  • NEW YORK, July 1- Casino workers striking on Friday outside the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, New Jersey, will continue on a 24- hour basis throughout the holiday weekend, a spokesperson for the workers' union said. Unite-Here Local 54 union spokesperson Ben Begleiter said workers are striking outside most of the casino entrances, while chanting, pounding...

  • NEW YORK, July 1- Workers at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, New Jersey, went on strike early Friday morning after management and the workers' union failed to reach agreement on wages and health benefits. Unite-Here Local 54, the union representing thousands of Atlantic City casino workers, reached a tentative settlement on Thursday with Tropicana, which is...

  • Inside look at Facebook & Silcon Valley

    Antonio Garcia Martinez, author of "Chaos Monkeys," discusses the culture at Facebook. Martinez says "Zuckerberg is a genius."

  • *UK pension scheme deficit at record wide levels. LONDON, June 30- Record low gilt yields following Britain's vote to leave the European Union are deepening UK pension deficits, worsening a headache for domestic companies which may be called upon to help fill the gap. "The bottom line is that market conditions were very difficult, and they have got more difficult,"...

  • Divorce

    If you are divorced, your ex-spouse can receive benefits based on your record (even if you have remarried). CNBC's Sharon Epperson has more on what you need to know about Social Security and divorce.

  • CHICAGO, June 22- Retirees will receive a paltry increase in their Social Security checks in 2017- the second consecutive year of flat or near-flat benefits, and the fifth year of inflation adjustments below 2 percent. Next year's cost-of-living adjustment will be just two-tenths of 1 percent, according to predictions in the annual report of the trustees for...

  • Health benefits

    Health insurance and a 401k plan are just some of the benefits that might lure you to a new job, but there may be other perks that you can take advantage of to help you save money. CNBC’s Sharon Epperson explains.

  • Why is Harrods an attractive company to work for?

    Michael Ward, managing director of Harrods, discusses the appeal of working at the department store and how it looks after its employees.

  • Good employer, good stock?

    LinkedIn compiled data a list of the top attractive companies job seekers are most interested in working for. The "Fast Money" traders take their positions.

  • Executive Edge: LinkedIn's top attractors list

    Dan Roth, LinkedIn executive editor, and Suzy Welch, LinkedIn contributing editor, discuss the top companies to work for in the U.S.

  • Google office in Washington, DC

    Google claimed the top spot in LinkedIn's first-ever Top Attractors list, which includes a ranking of the most sought-after employers in America.

  • NEW YORK, June 17- Unions representing nearly 40,000 Verizon Communications Inc workers ratified a new labor deal on Friday, the company said, ending a months-long dispute that had prompted a nearly 7- week employee strike. The action was called by the Communications Workers of America and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.

  • San Francisco- based Zenefits will lay off 106 people, or about 9 percent of the staff, according to an internal memo by Chief Executive Officer David Sacks seen by Reuters. It offers software for free and makes money acting as a health insurance broker, working as the middleman between businesses and providers such as Anthem Blue Cross, and charging a broker fee.

  • Law firm raises starting salary

    David Lat,, discusses the starting salaries for first year associates at law firms, and whether it's inspiring more students to study law.

  • Law firm hikes entry-level salary by $20K

    Cravath, Swaine and Moore is raising salaries for first-year lawyers by $20-thousand.

  • Uber rolling out new features for drivers

    The ride-hailing app hopes new employee perks and features will please Uber drivers.